By Miriam Raftery
October 29, 2023 (San Diego) – Santa Ana winds, along with low humidity and above average daytime temperatures, will bring heightened fire risks this week to our region.
The highest risks will be on Monday and Tuesday, when wind gusts of 40-60 miles per hour are forecast in San Diego’s inland valleys areas such as Alpine and Ramona, as well as mountain areas such as Julian and Mt. Laguna.
Highs in the 80s are forecast for the valley and deserts, with highs in the 60s for local mountains.
Cold nights and early mornings, with patches of frost and low temperatures around 30 degrees, are also forecast for the mountains and deserts Monday and Tuesday.